The first BioShock blew people’s minds with its surprise plot twists. If you haven’t played the original, and think I should have prefixed that with a spoiler warning, you’re probably on the wrong site. The second game apparently also features such a twist. That probably should have had a spoiler warning..man, I’m such a bastard.
Borrowing pages from the M. Night Shyamalan-a-rama-lama-ding-dong book of how to annoy your audience, 2K Marin’s Kent Hudson told IGN â€œThere are definitely some things that I guarantee are going to surprise players, and in different ways than the first game.â€
â€œIt’s not the kind of thing where you look at it and say, â€˜Well, the first game had this one twist so this game’s got to have the same twist.’ No; you’re not going to see it coming, what happens in this game, and it’s very different than how it worked out in BioShock 1.â€
Unlike the first game, the ending isn’t going to be a singular mechanic.
â€œThe end-games in BioShock 2, I thinkâ€¦ are based on a deeper set of circumstances than just whether or not you harvested or saved these Little Sisters, and there’s also more depth to them and more ways they can go,â€ he said.
â€œIt’s not just a â€˜light ending dark ending’ kind of thing.â€
Of course, it’s inevitable some idiot on the internet is going to spoil it for everyone before the game’s actually out.
Source : IGN
Last Updated: January 20, 2010